Welcome to the 399th edition of the Carnival of Personal Finance. For those of you who are visiting Narrow Bridge Finance for the first time, welcome! I have been writing on this site for over five years trying to bring the best and most useful information to readers around the world.
Hopefully you have all successfully navigated the spending trap of Black Friday and you are doing your best to keep to your budgets on Cyber Monday. I know that I skipped Black Friday completely. The only thing I gained this weekend was about five pounds! If holiday spending has you down, be sure to read through the amazing posts below in this #389th edition of the Carnival of Personal Finance.
If you know anything about me or about this site, you know I am not a huge frugality guy. However, I am against wasting money and planning out your spending to get the most value from each dollar. Either way, just know that I am kind of a big deal, and as a big deal, I am an authority on other people that are kind of a big deal. Every post below is awesome, so go check them out, learn, share, and enjoy!
<shameless-self-promotion>You should also know that I have a sweet eBook, and you might even be able to get it for free!</shameless-self-promotion>
Thanks to everyone for including me in the following carnivals, roundups, and hosting my guest posts over the last couple of weeks:
Carnival of Personal Finance #346 – Hosted by The Jenny Pincher is a great read for a wide variety of personal finance posts.
Also, make sure to check out my guest post My 99 Designs – Picking a New Logo at Don’t Do It Yourself.
101 Centavos hosted the Yakezie Carnival, Zombie Apocalypse Edition.
Hank at Money Q&A hosted Carnival of Personal Finance #348 – The Grammy Awards Edition.
I was a featured post in Carnival of Personal Finance #349 hosted by Sustainable Personal Finance.